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Old 05-22-2012, 08:29 AM   #1
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well, as we all know that the stock Pipe has a bit air flow restriction since its compressed on both sides. anyways, someone bought a ceramic coated Y-Pipe and unfortunately for him his car was totaled so he wants to sell some parts.

what are the advantages of the Y-Pipe .. i mean does it worth 100$ ??
it's new and never been used.

i removed the catalytic converters already and was planning to install a Y-Pipe.
any performance improvements and such as ????



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Probly alittle but the headers and ory will get the best gains
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hello there,

well, as we all know that the stock Pipe has a bit air flow restriction since its compressed on both sides. anyways, someone bought a ceramic coated Y-Pipe and unfortunately for him his car was totaled so he wants to sell some parts.

what are the advantages of the Y-Pipe .. i mean does it worth 100$ ??
it's new and never been used.

i removed the catalytic converters already and was planning to install a Y-Pipe.
any performance improvements and such as ????


thanx
Pretty sure the stock headers on our cars are biggest restriction. You will see little to no gain going to the y-pipe. But since you already removed the cats why not go to long tube headers?
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Pretty sure the stock headers on our cars are biggest restriction. You will see little to no gain going to the y-pipe. But since you already removed the cats why not go to long tube headers?
where am living the prices are doubled ..
unless of i go to KSA .. which is a bit cheaper

i will install headers but not in the next 2-3 months
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Old 05-22-2012, 09:31 PM   #5
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i say buy the y pipe..then save for the LT..atleast until then youll have less restriction!
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